September 2019 Sales and Hardware/Software Deals

Sprint is offering customers a free $5 iTunes gift card by following the steps below:

• Download My Sprint Rewards App
• In app, enter the phone number associated with your Sprint Account
• Enter the verification code that was sent to the phone number associated with your account
• Fill out the info and click “Get Started”
• Once signed up, select Sprint Rewards from the menu or home screen.
• Scroll down the page until you see an offer for a $5 iTunes Gift Card
• Select to redeem, log into your iTunes account, and select apply to your balance; a $5 credit should automatically be added to your iTunes account

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BundleHunt is back. Pay $5 fee for access-unlock at checkout, and select Mac apps at significant savings.

Lots of apps I can recommend there, including iMazing, Waltr, Softorino video downloader. (Also a couple of turkeys, like Hyper Plan, possibly the clunkiest, least Mac-like Mac app I’ve seen/bought in years.)

Limited time offer: Sam’s Club is offering their Sam’s Club Members a $200 Sam’s Club Gift Card when preordering & activating any new iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro or iPhone 11 Pro Max by September 15, 2019

V for Wikipedia is on sale again. A simply delightful way to read & explore Wikipedia

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T-Mobile today announced that it is the exclusive wireless partner for Apple Card in the U.S., and consequently anyone using their Apple Card in T-Mobile stores starting September 20th gets 3% Daily Cash back when using Apple Pay for any T-Mobile purchases or payments, Apple-related or not.

New 5.0 version of PDFpen for iOS is $4.99 for a limited time. Since PDF Expert is now a subscription, this is a nice alternative.

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Something’s gone weird - the app does not appear in searches in the iOS App Store right now. I searched for ‘pdfpen’ and the first results were a GoodReader advert, followed by PDF Expert, Microsoft Word(!), PDF Views and Foxit PDF Reader Mobile. When typing ‘pdfpen’ the App Store helpfully suggests “pdfpen 5 - pdf editor” and when I tap/choose that only a single result comes up: an advert for PDF Scanner.

Keep in mind that version 5 requires iOS 13. If you’re searching the App Store on a device running iOS 12 it’s not going to appear.

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Ah, that explains it. No way I’m going to iOS 13 yet. Waiting for 13.1.1 at the very least.

Yes, I clicked the link from the webpage above and got the notice from the app store that it’s only available on iOS13.

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Apple/iTunes has Friends: The Complete Series (Digital HD) for $29.99, an all-time low. It usually bounces between $59.99 and $139.99

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Indeed! I used to wait for a Friends deal. The cheapest I could find is one season for US$9.99… and I bought two seasons. Now, it’s US$29.99 for the whole complete series! BUY BUY BUY!

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If I already have PDF Expert 6 before the subscription, would Pdfpen have anything to offer?

If you purchased PDF Expert 6 and thus have all the functionality of PDF Expert 7, without the new PRO features, PDFpen brings not much to the table. However, it will be probably updated with new features for free.

FineScanner Pro for iOS and iPadOS is $28.99 (down from $59.99). Best OCR there is and the app is great as well :slight_smile:

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Isotope Elements 8, the lite version of the $400 audio/music processing/mastering software is a free download at Plugin Boutique until October 3rd.

Effortlessly get your mixes for radio and streaming-ready with Ozone Elements. With best-in-class processing from Ozone 8, this new mastering plug-in enables you to achieve a full, rich, and loud final master with new assistive technologies like Master Assistant and the legendary Ozone Maximizer. Create your own master or choose from hundreds of presets.

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Actually you can get this for free from isotope itself.

Free for this week only.

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Today only Amazon-owned Woot has a refurbed iPhone 7 Plus (CDMA/GSM, unlocked) with 128Gb storage for $359.99. That’s just $60 more than a similarly-configured iPod Touch, which has the same processor, but the phone has a better, higher-res screen and better cameras… and it can be used as a phone! If I were considering an iPod Touch I’d get this instead.

(Comes with a 90-day warranty (double that with the right credit card) with an optional 1-yr 3rd-party warranty for $56)

Anyone considering the new Eeros from Amazon just released this wee? Looks like they are only dual band, vs the “old” Eero that are tri-band, but the price is quite a bit lower for a 3 pack. I’m tempted

I am considering Audio Hijack and Fision as two software to record podcast. Does anyone know if these software runs sales?